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Mobile News Round Up, Issue 6

Published on 26 Jan 2022Written by Dr Jiulin Teng with Neofiliac News AI
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News Digest

Issue 6 of Neofiliac's Mobile News Round Up: This time, we bring 3 updates from Samsung, and Sennheiser.
This Round Up provides our summaries on these latest industry news. It is made possible with our NLP-based algorithms.

News Round Up

Samsung announced on 19 Jan 2022

Vodafone UK and Samsung Switch on First 5G Open RAN Site in the United Kingdom
To commemorate the deployment of their first site, the companies successfully completed a 5G live video call using Samsung’s 5G virtualized Radio Access Network (vRAN), which was the UK’s first call on a commercial 5G Open RAN, between Andrea Dona, Vodafone UK Chief Network Officer, and Julia Lopez, Minister of State for Media, Data and Digital Infrastructure, UK Government. “Open RAN can radically evolve the telecoms industry, and we are excited to champion the technology in the UK,” said Andrea Dona, Chief Network Officer, Vodafone UK. “Samsung is proud to collaborate with Vodafone UK to switch on the UK’s first 5G Open RAN site,” said Thomas Riedel, Head of Samsung Networks Europe at Samsung Electronics.
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Sennheiser announced on 18 Jan 2022

Sennheiser’s Digital 6000 Wireless Microphone System supports Cirque du Soleil to come back from an extended hiatus, drawing audiences back to the Big Top
Despite this most unwelcome pause from live performance, the downtime afforded Cirque du Soleil’s production team an opportunity to test, evaluate and verify its entire equipment arsenal for its touring operations. Another Cirque du Soleil show that opened in Houston in November 2021 is Alegria – a performance that has been reawakened from the touring troupe’s original 1994 production. An unwelcome hiatusFor Cirque du Soleil, the recent long break afforded the sound team a chance to closely examine each part of the signal chain: “We were able to look at everything more closely, including the RF,” says Steuart.
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Sennheiser announced on 20 Dec 2021

Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre Reemerges onto the National Stage, Fueled by A Tradition of Production Excellence and Sennheiser Wireless
Clay Benning is the Resident Sound Designer of the Alliance Theatre, responsible for audio at the facility’s two theaters, as well as sound design for many of the theater’s productions. The last several months afforded Benning and his production staff time to evaluate the technical needs of the Alliance’s latest production: A Christmas Carol, which is in performances now until Christmas Eve. “The last production of a Christmas Carol had run for 20 years, so this is the first time since 1999 that we’ve built everything new from scratch.” In doing so, Benning and his production team fortified its arsenal of wireless audio to include 34 channels of Sennheiser’s Digital 6000 wireless system.
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